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When I was around 3 or 4, I believed that all dogs were boys and all cats were girls......I found out that 'myth' was a mistake. It's funny---almost all the dogs I've owned over the years have been boys....and me? I'm alergic to cats....

funny---the things we believe...as kids

J.J. Hemingway
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When I was little I believed our family dog was a spy for my mom. I always tried to be good in front of him but if I slipped up I would beg him not to tell.

Jenny
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My mom always told us not to stare at dogs doing pottie or having sex because we would get a stye on our eye.

Mary Lou
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when i was little, i thought that Tom and Jerry is one name Tomanjerry and i actually believed that that's the mouse name cause he always wins the battles :D

Dona
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I used to believe all dogs were boys and all cats were girls.

Liz
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i used to think the cat Salem from Sabrina the Teenage Witch was a relative of the talking cats from the Meow Mix commercial.

sian
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When I was little, I used to think all dogs were boys and all cats were girls. I guess cats just looked more feminine?

Morgan
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I used to believe that ALL cats were girls, and ALL dogs were boys. There was no other option.

Sally
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I used to think that white dog poo was produced from white dogs and brown poo from brown dogs

Anon
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My brother told me that I used to have an older sister but she turned into a dog cause she ate dog food. I didn't believe. He then proceded to pull the "well then, why dont you try it?" come back. Needless to say, I didn't. I still didn't believe him, but to this day he still thinks he convinced me.

Anon
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I used to believe that, while we were potty-training our dog, he was able to read the newspaper we always put him on to train to pee on that and not the house, since he always used to look down, and, sometimes I even asked him what the news was. Let's just say he looked at me, and then at the floor, and I took it to mean that the news that day wasn't very good. I was only 7.

Kristy
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Iv always been a cat person but I heard from my sister when i was much younger that when you die your cats will eat you body.
So when we first got a cat (i was about 7/8) i thought if i fell asleep it would creep up and eat me.. i did sleep for about 2full weeks until my mother noticed it, and explained my cat wont eat me..
ive been very fond of cats since [=

HeatherJane x
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I used to believe that if you could pick up big white rocks, there would be puppies and kittens underneath. (My sister told me this).

Diana
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I used to believe that all cats were girls and all dogs were boys. I wasn't quite too sure where kittens and puppies came from. Did Santa make them?

Madison
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When I was about 8, while walking in the woods with my best friend, we heard a dog barking. She whispered in a scared voice that it was a German Shepherd. I gasped, not knowing what a German Shepherd was. I assumed it was some type of freaky monkey/monster combination.

becca
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Up until I was around six or so, I believed that I was really a cat, living with humans. So, naturally, in kindergarten when we did self-portraits, mine was a cat. This made my teacher quite angry. I was amused.

Anon
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Once when I was a kid and visited some relatives, they told me they used to have a dog but had to put him to sleep because he got sick, and they were worried he might attack their son. I thought that they were worried they might have to kill their kid too if he got infected...

Billy
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I think that cats are either
a) Just as smart as we are, but their voices dont exist... yet
b) Are smarter than us, but think we are really stupid so they dont talk to us

i know it sounds stupid... I am kinda crazy

Cat Whisperer/Fanatic
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I used to think my cat's tail was her baby. I don't know why I thought that, but I used to bring her tail up to he face and tell her to "kiss her baby."

Britty
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I know, everyone's been through it.. but we had a puppy that was too excitable and knocked down me and my younger siblings. So my parents took him to a farm, where he would have more room to run around. Even though I soon learned what that REALLY meant, I never put it together for my OWN dog until I was about 30! Heyyyyyyy, you mean MY dog went to...!!

Still miss you, Snoopy
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